Overall Rating: 5/10
GLAM Age Range: 8-Adult
Number of Players: 2+
Playing Time: 5 min
Available At: Amazon.com
Quick Take: It's basically a yard game that can be played as a tabletop game since it's a combination of quarters and cornhole. The boards are each a little bigger than my hand. The game rules provide a lot of options for games you can play and it was reasonably fun to play at an adult game night we had with our church group. I think my rating would have been at least a point or two higher if you played with real quarters instead of the coinhole coin, it just didn't work too well for us. Although real quarters will scratch up a wood table and the coinhole coins don't do that at least. If you have parties on a regular basis and want to have something casual like a yard game that people can play indoors, this is a good option.
How to Play: The basic way to play is to make it like cornhole. You bounce the coin against the table and try to have it land in the hole in your coinhole board.
Variations: We just bounced the coins on the actual coinhole board instead of on a table when we played with friends. It made it a lot easier. And they provide a bunch of variations in the official rules of the game that are excellent options if you're tired of the standard game play. They have rules for relay teams, team coinhole, and a speed chase. You stack the boards for some shots, pass the boards around, they provide a lot of options to keep things fresh.